500+ comments and growing. An overview of our top 15 most commented topics

February 4, 2013  |  Featured Articles

In 2012 the E-invoicing Platform grew considerably. In posts, LinkedIN group members, Twitter followers and comments. Underneath is an overview of the 15 most popular discussion items to date.

  1. Is there any downside in sending PDF invoices?
    114 comments
  2. Your definition for the term e-invoicing?
    56 comments
  3. How do you believe eInvoicing service providers should identify each trading company (or division) connected to their Hub … and does this need to be transferrable between hubs like a phone number?
    28 comments
  4. Something completely different: 30 online invoicing apps for small businesses
    19 comments
  5. Subscription based model and Transactional/Pay Per Use model are the most prevelant models of pricing E-Invoicing solutions. Is there any other model of pricing? Kindly provide your comments & views.
    14 comments
  6. With respect to the advnacements in features, how much have the E-invoicing solution evolved in recent years?
    12 comments
  7. An overview of 56 Government E-invoicing initiatives. Anything missing here? [UPDATE]
    11 comments
  8. SAP and Ariba
    10 comments
  9. To those already employed within e-Invoicing; what type of organisation do you hope to be working for in 2017 i.e. the one that you think will give you the best career?
    10 comments
  10. Don’t read this if you are an E-invoicing Greenwashing Groupie!
    9 comments
  11. [Discussion] 7 facts and myths about PDF invoices
    8 comments
  12. Czech Telefonica to charge for paper bills. Customer loyalty down the drain
    8 comments
  13. UN/Cefact ISO 20022 XML or/and UN/Cefact CII2?
    7 comments
  14. Why consider CII or SEPA with the advent of UBL 2.1?
    7 comments
  15. PDF and scanned invoices don’t allow for automated invoice processing. Stone Age anyone?
    6 comments

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